Brand new CBBC family drama, Lost Christmas, will air on BBC One on Sunday 18th December at 5:30pm.

Adapted from David Logan’s book of the same name, Lost Christmas is a moving and emotional urban fairytale set on Manchester’s snowy streets on Christmas Eve, and it stars LARRY MILLS (above, centre) in his debut on-screen performance, alongside CHRISTINE BOTTOMLEY (below, right).

LARRY stars as Goose, a young boy whose life was changed irrevocably when his parents were killed in a car crash on Christmas Eve a year earlier. Living with his increasingly senile Nan, his dog Mutt is the only thing keeping him sane. But a year to the day since the accident that changed his life, Goose meets the strange and mysterious Anthony (played by Eddie Izzard), a man who has forgotten who he is, but who possesses a remarkable ability: the power to find the lost. When Mutt goes missing, Goose has no choice but to rely on Anthony to help find him.

CHRISTINE stars as Helen, a mother who suffered a tragic loss of her own a year earlier and whom Anthony also sets out to help.

As the snow falls on this magical Christmas Eve, Anthony transforms the lives of five ordinary people; people whose lives have been shattered by the decisions of their past. But is Anthony’s ability to heal real, or just an illusion?

Don’t miss this festive, magical and wonderfully heartwarming drama on Sunday evening. Have a watch of the trailer below.

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